Drake Devastated With NBA Finals Game 7 Loss

Drake Devastated With NBA Finals Game 7 Loss
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Drake reportedly now owe French Montana a whopping $60,000 after betting on the Golden State Warriors for the NBA Finals 2016.


The One Dance singer betted against LeBron James for the Games 7 of the NBA Finals, which resulted in him losing his cash to his fellow rapper.

In a Snapchat video, rapper French Montana revealed that Drake just lost the hefty amount of money for not “believing in LeBron.”

“Shout-out to my brother Drizzy Drake for that 60 bands, ‘cuz you ain’t believe in LeBron,” French Montana said in his Snapchat video.

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Drake is an avid supporter of Toronto Raptors, which was also slammed by LeBron James in the conference finals.

The Hollywood Life noted that it is understandable for the 27-year-old singer to have bet against the Cleveland Cavaliers for the NBA Finals.

LeBron James has recorded 27 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists in Game 7, and was also hailed as the series MVP, following his historical comeback.

Drake and French Montana’s bet might have been formed while they were having a luxurious vacation in the Dominican Republic.

The two artists, who are about to drop their latest collaboration No Shopping, shared in the social media accounts some photos of their vacation.

Despite Drake’s loss, fans can be assured that the “Views from the 6” rapper’s wealth will remain unscathed. As reported by Forbes, Drake’s wealth from his music career is impressive.

The Canadian rapper was included in the Forbes’ “Five Wealthiest Hip Hop Artist” with his $60 million. He earned this from his multi-awarded albums, tours, and endorsement deals with elite brands like Nike, Sprite and Apple.

The “One Dance” rapper reportedly wanted to have $250 million when he reaches the age 29.

Drake’s latest album “Views from the 6” has been in Billboard top charts for the past seven weeks now. He is the first artist to achieve such feat in more than a decade, after Eminem’s reign in 2000.

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